Tech on a Dime: Aio Wireless’ Affordable Options

Posted On Sunday, December 29th, 2013
Filed Under: Looking FLY on a Dime, shopping

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I’m pretty much addicted to my phone. Like most people, my phone acts as an appendage. Sometimes I hate how connected I am at times. But it feels like a necessary evil when I’m blogging on the go, turning in assignments and of course taking the occasional selfie or Instagramming a yummy meal. But what I really hate is a sky-high phone bill.

So I was excited to hear about the debut of Aio Wireless. The brand launched in select cities earlier this year and they offer something a lot of wireless providers lack: hassle free service, sleek products and major affordability. Their plans range from $40-$70, which includes all {yes, all!} taxes and fees, so you always know how much your bill will be.

no contract plan, no contract phone

All plans have unlimited talk, text and data. So no matter how much you chat it up or log on, you know exactly how much your bill will be every month, which is great for budgeting. Sidenote: I remember when I first went away to school and was constantly calling home. For some reason I thought my unlimited night minutes started at 7pm instead of 9pm, so I was horrified when my first bill was more than $200.

Aio Wireless {a subsidiary of AT&T} features no annual contract and is currently available in select cities, including metro Atlanta, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Houston.

And of course you can’t forget about the phone selection. Aio {pronounced a-yo} allows you to activate an existing phone, trade in your current one or purchase one from their selection.

samsung phone, aio wireless phone

I really love the Samsung Galaxy Express {4.5 ounces, 5 megapixel camera}. Of course phones are functional, but they should also be a reflection of your personal style.

Be sure to check Aio Wireless out online and if they’re not available in your area just yet, stay up to date with them on Facebook and Twitter, so you’ll be in the know as soon as they are.

This post was sponsored by Aio Wireless through The bLink Marketing Network. All opinions are my own.

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  • Alex

    I haven’t heard of Aio, but I have the Galaxy Express and love it. Much crisper pics than iphone :)

  • Thrifty Chic

    I’m in ATL, I’ll check them out for my son! And sidenote: I love your hair in the pic

  • Danielle B

    I’ve heard of Aio but didn’t know they were owned by at&t.

  • Kitty Bradshaw

    Aio seems to be part of the new wave in cellular service. I am personally going to give the no contract service a try.